Wading Through the Waters of Overwhelm

Wading Through the Waters of Overwhelm

July 20, 2022 | By Aurora Moreno

There is a threshold that one passes where words cannot capture an experience or finding the “right” description feels impossible. As a trauma-focused psychotherapist and clinical social worker, I see this all the time. Often in trauma healing, emergence from deep resounding wounds finds its path through the shadow of suffering without words or storytelling, […]

Inviting in a Mindful Eating Practice

June 23, 2020 | By Emily Goodwin

Think back to the last meal you ate: Can you describe it? Did you enjoy your food, or quickly finish the meal to return to your day? Without judging, take a moment to reflect on your personal approach to mealtimes.  Multiple factors can influence sub-optimal mealtime experiences: distractions from family members, feeling bored, experiencing repetitive […]

Mindful Moment: Dreaded tasks

October 03, 2016 | By Julie Luzarraga

Mindful Moment: The dreaded tasks we put off Rarely is there a day full of only pleasurable experiences.  Most days include the tedious tasks of life that we don’t really enjoy.  It could be doing the dishes, paying bills, or a certain part of your job.  It’s the stuff we have to do even though […]

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